NI Kuei-jung

NI Kuei-jung (倪貴榮)

Professor

Director of Center for Trans-Pacific Partnership and Transnational Trade Laws

Director of Center for Trans-Pacific Partnership and Transnational Trade Laws

Ph.D in Law, University of Edinburgh, School of Law

Research Expertise : Trans-Pacific Partnership and Transnational Trade Laws
E-mail: kjni[at]mail.nctu.edu.tw

  • Ph.D in law, University of Edinburgh, School of Law
  • Indicative list of Panelists, WTO Dispute Settlement Body
  • Peer Reviewer, Law Research Area, National Science Council
  • Executing Editor, Technology Law Review
  • Advisor, Ministry of Economic Affairs of Taiwan, Working Group on Trade and Environment; Working Group on Technical Barriers to Trade
  • External Advisor, WTO Research Center, College of Law, National Taiwan University
  • Visiting Scholar, University of Edinburgh, School of Law; University of California, at Berkeley, Boalt School of Law; Yale Law School
  • Judge, Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition (Taiwan Round)
  • LLB, National Taiwan University; LLM, University of California, at Berkeley, Boalt School of Law

 

Research Interests

  • International Economic Law, International Environmental Law, Trade and Sustainable Development, International Law and Bio-technology, International Intellectual Property Rights

Teaching Courses

  • WTO Law, Seminar on Biotechnology and Transnational Law, Seminar on Trade and Environment, Law of Contract, Public International Law

 

Selected Publications

  • Kuei-Jung Ni, Traditional Knowledge and Global Lawmaking, 10 Northwestern Journal of International Human Rights 85-118 (2011) (Wash. & Lee Law Ranking: Human Rights, IF ranking: 7/50, 14%; Comb. ranking: 7/50, 14%; Index to Legal Periodicals and Books; Westlaw; Lexis)
  • This article explores the interaction between international law-making and the protection of traditional knowledge, and assesses the legal implications and effectiveness of such making of law.
  • Kuei-Jung Ni, Legal Aspects of Prior Informed Consent on Access to Genetic Resources: An Analysis of Global Lawmaking and Local Implementation toward an Optimal Normative Construction, 42 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 227-278 (2009) (Wash. & Lee Law Ranking: International Law IF ranking: 19/207, 10%; Comb. ranking: 9/207, 4%; Index to Legal Periodicals and Books; Westlaw; Lexis)
  • This article proposes the rectification on the prior informed consent for genetic resources access with a view to reaching the win-win-win situation for conservation of biological diversity, fair benefit-sharing, protection of rights of indigenous peoples and development of biotechnology.
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